CRSI is now hiring a part-time Human Resources Specialist.
BASIC FUNCTIONS: Perform upkeep of all personnel files, verifying all required records are current; updating the Human Resources Information System; assist with employee relations issues and performance management, assist with external and internal reviews and audits, and perform other specified projects as assigned.
Completing a variety of background and employment checks as well as all other pertinent paperwork of new hires including abuser registry, nurse's aid registry, Med Admin, Fraud, and BMV checks, etc.
Conduct new hire orientation for new employees. May be required to become a CPR/FA instructor and assist in training. Keep employment materials updated and current. Prepare materials for new hire training, annual training, etc.
Ensure accurate data entry into the HRIS. Maintain personnel files and HRIS information keeping them current and updated.
Communicate monthly with managers to assist in keeping employee requirements and training up to date.
Generate various reports as requested.
Assist managers with employee relations issues as well as coaching managers on corrective action process and performance management.
Complete requests for employment and salary history from various sources adhering to confidentiality policy.
Work with managers and payroll to assist in answering employee payroll questions.
Assist with internal and external reviews and audits by pulling personnel files and verifying files are accurate.
Attend required training/in-services to gain and maintain knowledge of regulations and requirements.
Perform other duties as assigned.
High school diploma or equivalent with at least 1 year experience in HR having knowledge of Human Resources concepts and law, practices, and procedures.
Excellent computer skills and proficient in Microsoft Office products.
Prior experience working with an HR database essential.
Must possess ability to analyze and research data and prepare reports as directed.
Must have the ability to work independently with good time management and good organizational skills.
Demonstrated ability to handle highly confidential information.
Must be able to travel to various worksite locations in Ohio.